“One thing I’ve learned; if you don’t draw first, you don’t get to draw at all.”
~ Booker DeWitt
Can we talk about how much I hate this ad campaign?
First off, it paints the absolute wrong picture of the game it is advertising, making it seem like just another shooter where you save the damsel in distress, neglecting to even hint at any of the themes that perpetrate it’s highly complex story.
Secondly, and most egregiously, it depicts Elizabeth as the aforementioned ”Damsel in Distress” when she is almost never that in the actual game. She is an ally that frequently help you in combat situations and is even told to you by the game that she can defend herself.
I understand the reasoning behind this ad campaign, but it saddens me to see one of the most important games of this generation lowered in anyway.
(via nellieblystunad)Source: allynnajenkins